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Home >College Soccer Reporter > Monday, Oct. 13, 2008
While top-ranked Wake Forest put on another offensive display with a 4-1 win at N.C. State, six Top 25 teams lost over the weekend. The Cal-UCLA was decided in overtime when the Bruins' Michael Stephens converted a penalty kick. The biggest surprise was LaSalle, which won for only the second ... Read the whole story
Previously unbeaten UIC lost at Butler, 1-0, and dropped from No. 4 to No. 7. Saint Louis also lost for the first time when the Billikens fell, 1-0, at Fordham and dropped seven spots to No. 13. The only unbeaten teams left are No. 1 Wake Forest (12-0-0), No. 4 ... Read the whole story
The Big West clash between UC Santa Barbara and UC Davis in Santa Barbara drew the largest crowd of the weekend. The 4,007 fans watched visiting Davis defeat the Gauchos, 2-0. For the top 10 men's crowds of 2008 ... Read the whole story
Unbeaten and untied Notre Dame survived its closest scare of the season when the No. 1 Irish edged Villanova, 3-2, on sophomore midfielder Rose Augustin's goal in the first overtime period. Read the whole story
The only change in the top five was at No. 5. North Carolina moved up one spot to No. 5, replacing USC, which dropped one place after tying Washington State, 0-0. Florida State returned to the top 10 at No. 10, while Texas fell from No. 9 to No. 11. ... Read the whole story



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